Bluehead Wrasse - Thalassoma bifasciatum - Small
Blue Headed Wrasses are yellow with a dark spot on the front of the dorsal fin and a dark horizontal stripe along the body as juveniles. Adults have a bright blue head and a green body separated by black and white bands.
Blue Headed Wrasses are peaceful toward most other fish but should not be kept with invertebrates. They will eat most frozen meaty foods, pellets and small crustaceans.
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|Common Name||Bluehead Wrasse - Small|
|Scientific Name||Thalassoma bifasciatus|
|Specific Gravity Range||1.020-1.024|
|Community Safe||Yes, with caution|
|Max Size (in inches)||6|
|Min Tank Size (in gallons)||55|
|Armed Forces Americas|
|Armed Forces Europe|
|Armed Forces Pacific|